Warren Goulding

Business notes: Building relationships key in business and life

A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity of speaking to Networking for Non-Profits Cowichan.

Weather postpones Duncan walk for missing and murdered, but support for families strong

Nasty weather was no match for people who are grieving the loss…

Missing and murdered men, women and children spur annual walk in Cowichan

For Jones, it’s important work and it’s personal.

Business notes: RRSP deadlines: don’t panic

We’re just two weeks away from the 2019 Business Expo and Community…

N. Cowichan council mulls big 4-7% tax hike

Proposals to increase staffing at the municipality by hiring five new people were on the agenda

Old Farm Market to host Cowichan Chamber Mixer on Feb. 7

Watch for Dine Cowichan coming up in February

Cowichan Auto Repair brings home Vancouver Island Business Excellence Award

Elly Ruge grew up in the automotive world and she’s definitely firing on all cylinders

Insurance Bureau VP touts advantages of private sector auto insurance to Cowichan crowd

B.C.’s insurance system is badly flawed and about to get worse: Insurance Bureau of Canada.

Business notes: Island Savings partners with Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce

Executive director Sonja Nagel says the Chamber is thrilled to have Island Savings as a partner.

Will Arnold spearheads drive to clean up Duncan neighbourhood

Will Arnold offers a grim assessment of the community he has fallen…

Business notes: Duncan’s Business Showcase becomes Business Expo

Exhibitor registrations now open for Business Expo & Community Social presented by Island Savings.

Cowichan assessment terrors largely unjustified

Until the budget process is complete, property owners shouldn’t worry too much

Business notes: Hair at 60 Queens wins Fan Choice Award

What’s new in the Cowichan business community

Business notes: Juice FM masterminds behind Stuff the Truck

As the old radio commentator Paul Harvey used to say, “here’s the rest of the story.”

Power outages still plaguing Cowichan

Damage to more than 750 spans of wire, 270 poles, 400 cross-arms and 150 transformers.

Cowichan District Hospital Foundation donates $2 million for Hospice House

“What they have contributed to this Hospice House is absolutely amazing.”

Business notes: Cowichan businesses step up for charities

One such business is Parhar Group, owned by Balbir Parhar and his family.

Business notes: Spade Excavating rides to the rescue of Malahat Legion

Kudos to a Shawnigan Lake business for coming to the rescue when…

John murder trial at Duncan courthouse on pause until spring

John is charged with the May 2016 murder of 20-year-old Derek Descoteau